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LPP awarded in the world, in Poland and in Pomerania


Prestigious awards granted in the last weeks to the LPP company, to which the brands RESERVED, House, Cropp, MOHITO and SiNSAY belong, are evidence of the dynamic development of the company and of market conviction that the company’s value will continue to grow. Consistent realization of strategy, as well as LPP’s flexibility in adjusting its current activities to external conditions, have gained recognition on global, national and local scales.


The development potential of the LPP company has been noted by the editors of the American ‘Forbes’ magazine. In its prestigious ranking of the ‘Most Innovative Growth Companies 2015’, presenting the 100 most innovative companies in the world, LPP was ranked in 31st place. The ranking by this influential magazine is untypical in that its purpose is to show the potential of business leaders and the firms they manage, not to award achievements made up to now.


LPP also found itself recently in in the prestigious ranking of the ‘200 Biggest Companies’ in ‘Wprost’ weekly. LPP took 2nd place among all privately-owned companies in the category of ‘Polish Cheetahs,’ in which the fastest growing companies are presented. Another great success is 2nd place on the list of ‘Poland’s Biggest Exporters’ as well as 5th place in the ranking of the most valuable Polish brands in ‘Wprost.’


Success in the area of export of LPP brand products was also recognized by ‘Rzeczpospolita’ daily, granting the firm the title ‘Eagle of Export of the Pomeranian region.’ LPP’s tempo of development has also been recognized by the Polish edition of ‘Forbes’ – the LPP company won the ‘Diamonds of Forbes’ award for the most dynamically developing company in the Pomeranian region.



LPP, a company listed on the Warsaw Stock Exchange since 2001, is one of the most dynamically developing clothing companies. For years it has been consistently conducting its operations in Poland and abroad, achieving successes on the demanding clothing market. The corporation manages 5 well-known fashion labels, a network of over 1500 shops and creates workplaces for 18,000 people in its offices and sales structures in Poland, other countries of Europe, the Middle East as well as in its premises in Shanghai and Dhaka. The company is continuously investing and gaining new markets. In 2014, the company advanced to the WIG20 index, which generates a considerable share of turnover on the Warsaw Stock Exchange. It is also noted on the prestigious MSCI Poland index.


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Marta Chlewicka

Acting Press Spokesperson